It’s all about BTS after they have completely swept off the Billboard’s chart.
The rulers of the Korean pop music industry, BTS, reportedly on June 21, had taken all 15 spots on its latest World Digital Song Sales chart in an impressive all-kill, Billboard officially announced.
For the week ending on June 25, every single spot on the World Digital Song Sales chart went to one of the tracks from BTS’s new anthology album Proof.
The album’s three new songs debuted at the top of the chart, with title track Yet to Come at number one.
While the remake of the song Born Singer entered the chart at number four.
The rest of the chart was dominated by BTS’s previously released hits, all of which were re-entries except for their 2013 title track N.O (the particular track had never entered the World Albums chart before).
This week’s full World Albums chart is as follows:
1. BTS – Yet to Come
2. BTS – Run BTS
3. BTS – For Youth
4. BTS – Born Singer
5. BTS – No More Dream
6. BTS – Run
7. BTS – N.O
8. BTS – I Need U
9. BTS – Spring Day
10. BTS – Cypher Pt.3: Killer (featuring Supreme Boi)
11. BTS – Danger
12. BTS – Blood Sweat & Tears
13. BTS – Boy In Luv
14. BTS – Euphoria
15. BTS – Filter
According to Billboard, this was the third time in the history that the group has swept off top 15 spots.